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Trends in Undergraduate Enrollment in Natural Resources at NAPFSC Institutions, 1980-2003
Conference on University Education in Natural Resources (2004)
  • Terry L Sharik
  • David B Field
  • Jo Ellen Force
  • Dan Keathley
  • C.T. Tat Smith
Abstract

Undergraduate enrollments were obtained by degree programs in natural resources for a representative sample (n=30) of universities having membership in the National Association of Professional Forestry Schools and Colleges (NAPFSC). Nationally, enrollments dropped to a low point in 1987, increased sharply to a maximum in 1995, and then decreased steadily through the present (2003). This trend differed little among geographic regions.

Publication Date
2004
Comments
Session 1. Administrative/Leadership Aspects of Teaching and Learning. Recommended Citation: Sharik, Terry L.; Field, David B.; Force, Jo Ellen; Keathley, Dan; and Smith, C.T. Tat (2004) "Trends in undergraduate enrollment in natural resources at NAPFSC Institutions, 1980-2003," Natural Resources and Environmental Issues: Vol. 12, Article 15. Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/nrei/vol12/iss1/15
Citation Information
Terry L Sharik, David B Field, Jo Ellen Force, Dan Keathley, et al.. "Trends in Undergraduate Enrollment in Natural Resources at NAPFSC Institutions, 1980-2003" Conference on University Education in Natural Resources (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/terry_sharik/17/